Washington D.C. — As international leaders meet in Bonn, Germany, for climate negotiations, a large, diverse coalition is joining together for a #StillIn Day of Action to show that state and local officials, businesses, tribal leaders, and advocacy groups are stepping up in the absence of leadership on climate from the Trump administration.
On November 14, during the U.N. climate conference, the Center for American Progress, Organizing for Action, 350.org, the League of Conservation Voters, Second Nature, Sierra Club, NextGen America, The Climate Reality Project, Climate Nexus, and more are hosting events across the country to support local climate action in the absence of federal leadership.
#Stillin Day of Action: More than 20 events in 13 states and Washington, D.C.
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
WHERE: (for specific location details see www.wearestillin.com/DayOfAction2017)
Arizona: Phoenix and Tucson
California: Orange County, Sacramento, San Rafael, and Vista
District of Columbia: Washington
Florida: Fort Lauderdale
Montana: Bozeman and Missoula
Nevada: Las Vegas and Reno
New Hampshire: Plymouth
New Jersey: Little Falls
North Carolina: Raleigh
Ohio: Cleveland and Cincinnati
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia and Pittsburgh
Virginia: Hampton Roads
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